Your $10 entry ticket includes access to the festival at the Deschutes County Fairgrounds throughout the day of your choice. Browse local businesses in the marketplace, sip spirits and enjoy delicious BBQ.
$10 entry for each day
3 Day Pass – $24
Pig Roast Demonstration & Sampling
Join us for a live fire cooking demonstration and sampling!
Saturday & Sunday starting at 11am
View the dressing and cooking of the pig with Q&A for the duration of the cook and a discussion of the cooking process on the Food & Cooking Showcase Stage. Pigs will then be carved and served.
Saturday 6pm – BBQ Aloha
Presentation and sampling
Sunday 2pm – Rudy’s Gaucho BBQ
Presentation and sampling
This second annual event is bringing the delicious BBQ style of cooking to Central Oregon.
Cooking over the fire adds distinct flavor and makes it the perfect activity to share food and fun during the heat of the summer.
Calling all BBQ food trucks, carts and booths! Apply today to join us at the 2022 Central Oregon BBQ, Brews and Whiskey Festival.
2022 Food Vendors
Check out our 2022 music lineup!
Friday's Music Lineup
Saturday's Music Lineup
Bobby Lindström: Saturday, June 4, 3-4pm
Join International Blues Challenge solo nominee, singer/songwriter/bluesman Bobby Lindstrom for some soul-inspiring blues and rock. His riveting original songs reflect the stories of his life, his loves and his quest of helping and healing with music.
G Bots Duo
G Bots Duo: Saturday, June 4, 6:30-8pm
Greg and Justin perform with their full band the Journeymen but the two have rocked the Central Oregon music scene over the past decade with their duo show. As a power duo their music crosses a wide range of genres while fusing a rich blend of funk, rock, soul, and technology.
Sunday's Music Lineup
Check out what's on tap for 2022
Michelob ULTRA is a superior light beer that is made for those living active and balanced lifestyles. This light lager is brewed with Herkules hops and wholesome grains, creating exceptional taste and a crisp, refreshing finish.
Mountain IPA? It’s the merger of two prominent IPA styles: a West Coast IPA and an East Coast Hazy IPA. Delivering a smooth profile that consists of mango, tangerine, and grapefruit, we’ve mixed the tropical fruitiness of a hazy with the piney, juicy, citrus of a traditional IPA. This Mountain IPA was brewed for hitting the outdoors because nothing beats this combo when you’re chilling around the fire.
After a full day of trekking, side-stepping a rock ledge, or scrambling to the summit, set down your pack and crack one open. Rock Hop is a cold fermented lager with the bold hoppiness traditionally seen in a West Coast IPA. Azacca, Cashmere, El Dorado, and Idaho 7 hops give notes of fresh pine and orange zest with low bitterness on a soft malt backbone. Lace up your boots, stash a few cans, and get hiking!
Brewed in Washington, Elysian Contact Haze IPA uses a quirky mix of ingredients for a special flavor. A blend of punchy hops like El Dorado®, Mosaic® and Southern Passion give this beverage bright, fruity notes. Juicy and succulent, Elysian Hazy IPA is brimming with bursts of raspberry, citrus, guava and passion fruit.
A series inspired by the iconic fruit cart vendors of Los Angeles. A light, refreshing wheat ale with lots of fresh mango and a pleasant, slightly tart
Cold Waters is a Cold IPA that combines the hoppiness of a traditional IPA with the crispness of a lager. It’s the perfect combination of clean and hoppy, with citrus and stone fruit flavors, and a refreshingly smooth finish. Just like you love cold refreshing beer, wild Salmon love the cold and clean water that play a crucial role in the ecosystems of the Pacific Northwest.
Meet the beer that started it all. Our naturally cloudy flagship brew starts with the highest quality wheat. It’s bold, clean flavor and pronounced citrus and floral aromas are what define american-style hefeweizen.
Sweet and tart with a full cherry, fruit punch flavor, and a zesty lime finish…it’s a zinger.
Bud Light Seltzer Black Cherry is an easy drinking hard seltzer with a hint of delicious black cherry flavor. These hard seltzer drinks are made with a unique 5 step filtration process to ensure a clean, refreshing finish with no lingering aftertaste. Thanks to natural carbonation and quality ingredients like sparkling water, real cane sugar and natural cherry flavor, these hard fruit drinks are light, bubbly and made to deliver the most refreshing taste possible.
Refreshed and ready…This hard cider blends crisp apples from the Northwest with pomegranate juice create and inviting fruit flavor that perfectly complements the bright apple character you know and love. The result is balanced and refreshing with maximum drinkability.
Big Wave is a lighter-bodied golden ale with a tropical hop aroma and flavor—smooth, easy drinking, and refreshing. The use of caramel malt contributes to the golden hue of this beer, and our special blend of hops provides a bright, quenching finish that makes it a struggle to not grab another one.
Whiskey & Spirits
An all new lineup of spirits for 2022!
The Outdoor Adventure Marketplace and Business Showcase
The Outdoor Adventure Marketplace will highlight local businesses that specialize in bringing fun and a sense of adventure into our daily lives including RV & motorcycle, camping, climbing, metal arts, survival, axe throwing, hunting & fishing, meat packing, and hot sauces just to name a few ~ From the backyard to the outback!
The Bend Business Showcase offers one-on-one face time with various industry professionals, allowing you to make more informed decisions when researching and seeking products and services for your lifestyle!
The Central Oregon BBQ Competition is returning with official sanctioning from the Pacific Northwest BBQ Association!
A competition style cooking event for BBQ pit masters around the region!
Saturday, June 4: The cooking kicks off!
Sunday, June 5: The chefs finish cooking and the judging begins! Awards ceremony to follow.
The Pacific Northwest Barbecue Association is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the promotion and enjoyment of barbecue in the Northwest. The PNWBA is committed to educating the public in the furtherance and development of authentic barbecue knowledge through cooking classes, judging classes, and competition barbecue cooking events. The organization is managed by a Board of Directors who are made up completely with volunteers.
Barbecue and grilling are often confused for the same thing because they both involve cooking meat and flames. Old school BBQ is defined as letting a large cut of meat or ribs cook indirectly in a closed pit. The low heat and smoke of a charcoal and or wood fire is ideal for creating the just right temperature and circumstances for a perfectly barbecued piece of meat. The ideal temperature is between 225-250 degrees; for a low and slow cooking process that breaks down the connective tissues of the meat and turns tough cuts into the most delicious tender food on earth. Learn more about competition BBQ from the PNWBA.